Kate Middleton and Prince William caught by tourists doing this on Mustique holiday
Kate Middleton and Prince William recently enjoyed a trip to the island of Mustique, the first holiday as a five since Prince Louis was born. The couple were spotted by onlookers partaking in a particular activity during their stay.
Kate Middleton, 36, and Prince William, also 36, headed to Mustique with their three children, Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, four months.
While the Duchess of Cambridge is on maternity leave, the family of five headed to the Caribbean on holiday for a private trip away.
There have been no pictures of the trip, due to the intensely private nature of the island which entices many royals and celebrities wanting to avoid the public eye.
Onlookers who were on the island, however, have revealed one of the rather unusual activities the royal couple partook in during their holiday.
They were there for the cocktails segment and kept it rather classy
The couple, who previously visited Mustique in 2012 with Pippa and James Middleton and again in 2015 with Prince George, were spotted partying in the popular island bar Basil’s Bar.
Kate and William are close to the owner of the bar who was invited to their wedding in 2011.
According to other partygoers, they visited the bar and enjoyed a number of drinks.
The source told HELLO!: “They were there for the cocktails segment and kept it rather classy.”
It is thought the three children were being looked after by Kate’s parents, Carol and Michael Middleton, who joined them on the trip.
he Duke and Duchess of Cambridge first visited the island in 2008, three years before they were married.
They have returned for many years since, having been spotted in 2009 while boyfriend and girlfriend, in 2012 with Kate’s siblings and in 2013 when Kate was pregnant with Prince George.
In 2014, the couple took Prince George on his first trip to the island and travelled with him again in 2015.
They did not travel to the Caribbean island in 2016, rumoured to be because of Prince George starting school and the birth of Princess Charlotte.
The couple were not spotted in Mustique in 2017, which may have been due to the number of engagements the couple partook in that year.
While a favourite of Kate and William, other royal family members choose to head to different continents for their private holidays.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have previously headed to Africa together, choosing to stay at an exclusive campsite in Namibia.
The Queen and Prince Philip, however, often choose to stay in the UK and stay at Balmoral for their holiday.
Queen Elizabeth has stated her fondness for Malta, where the couple were stationed for a number of years before she became the Queen.
Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall choose to stay at Balmoral also, with their summers being spent at Birkhall.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK